NREMT EMT-Paramedic Exam
Candidates for the EMT-Paramedic certification must pass the NREMT EMT-Paramedic cognitive test. The EMT-Paramedic test is given via a computer and is a Computer Adaptive Test (i.e., which adapts the test based on the student’s aptitude). The number of questions on the EMT-Paramedic exam will range from 80 to 150 based on the EMT student’s aptitude. You will be given a maximum of 2.5 hours to complete the EMT-Paramedic exam.
The EMT-Paramedic exam will cover all portions of the curriculum, including: EMS Operations, Cardiology, Trauma, Medical, Obstetrics, Pediatrics and Airway and Breathing. The EMT-Paramedic test is heavily focused on fundamentals and operations.
The following requirements apply to EMT Paramedic certification candidates:
– You must be at least 18 years of age.
– You must currently be certified at the EMT-Basic level (at either a state or national level).
– You must have successfully completed a state certificed EMT-Paramedic course. The EMT-Paramedic course must, at a minimum, meet the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Paramedic National Standard Curriculum requirements. The course must have been completed within the past two years and verified by the Course Program Director on the NREMT web site.
Free NREMT Paramedic practice test
In this nursing practice test we presents 35 NREMT Paramedic practice questions, perfect for the on-the-go EMS professional.
To respond to the 35 multiple-choice questions in this free NREMT Paramedic practice test: Click the button corresponding to the best answer for each question. When you are finished, click the “Submit” button at the bottom of the page.
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